A Celebration of Life for Harrison (Dale) Liddell
Harrison (Dale) was in a class of his own when God created him He broke the mode. He was a man of statue and class. He was a God-fearing man trusting in God to help him to be the man God created him to be.
Harrison (Dale) was born January 6, 1947, in Washington, DC to Fred and Eunice Liddell, he was the second of three children. Harrison was preceded in death by his parents Fred and Eunice Liddell and his twin sister Harriet Robinson.
Harrison attended Washington, DC public schools and graduated from Eastern High School in 1964. He stayed in contact with his classmates for years as much as he could. He attended the class reunions as much as he could. He attended some college in Washington, DC. He worked at the Post Office in Washington, DC. Harrison (Dale) was a conscientious hardworking computer specialist/project manager for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for thirty-two years until his retirement in 2003. Anyone that knew him knew him as a perfectionist every “T” crossed and every “i” dotted. But behind that hard exterior he had a very kind and loving heart.
Harrison (Dale) was a Godly man he loved the Lord and his Church family and OMG he loved his Pastor(s) and cousins, Pastor Tony and Cynthia Brazelton. He graduated from Victory Christian Ministries International (VCMI) Bible College. He served as the manager of the security ministry, and a Deacon at VCMI.
Dale loved playing pool with his VCMI buddies, Joe, Calvin, and Rosco every Tuesday rain or shine for bragging rights. He also loved going to breakfast with Kirby and Kenny; Dale played baseball in his younger years; His favorite football team was the Redskins, he looked forward to Reggie taken him to the Redskins games. He loved going to the gym with his wife, Diane; Playing bid whist with his bid whist family;and watching detective and westerns movies.
Dale leaves behind to cherish is memory is his wife Diane of twenty-two years. Dale was introduced to Diane by her Aunt Jeanette in 2001 and the rest is history. Dale enjoyed life with Diane whom loved and cared for him until the very end.
To never forget him, is his two sons, Terrance Liddell and Reginald Liddell (Kiné) and one daughter Olivia(Jack), 4 grandchildren, Terrane, Rose, Frances, and Fatima. And his neice Karen and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends. His cousins Donna, Ann, and Kathleen (Sis), were always visiting him which always put a smile on his face each time they would visit.
To never forget him , Are his 2 daughters, Sheena Robinson (Keith) and Keisha Matos Joaquin-Blofsky(Tanner), eight grandchildren, Steve, Delonte’, Ebonie, Nia, Quelinda, Joey, Marie, and Taylor. Seven greatgrands, Sienna, DaMarri, Sincere, Samir, Heaven, KayLeigh, Kannon. And to cherish his memory his Spiritual daughter Nichole and his Spiritual son Tremaine.
Also, to never forget him, are his two sister in-laws, Sandra Prophet, Ernestine Prophet, and Brother in-law Ben Tobin (Joyce). And a host of friends & Family that’s too many to name with love.